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at 11:00, we have complete coverage of game four with live reports from the motor city to the city by the bay. and you are looking at live pictures from our nbc bay area helicopter over san francisco. the celebrations are far from over. what you can see here is, this is actually outside of at&t park at third and king streets in san francisco. as you can see, there are several small fires in the street. we have seen one or two cars tipped over, as well. few people getting out of control. for the most part, these celebrations are relatively peaceful tonight but as you can see there are a few small fires in the streets of san francisco right now. good evening. i'm diane dwyer. the giants are now world series champions. they pulled off an unbelievable sweep tonight. you could hear the roar after the giants made their final out right there. the fans are celebrating and so are the players from detroit to the bay area. thousands of people did spill in to the streets, as we mentioned, cheering on their hometown heros. so of the celebrations are getting out of control. it is starting to get
>>> you can feel the energy. you can feel it in the ballpark. but you can feel it in the city, as well. not just san francisco. but the entire bay area embracing this team and getting on this ride. we're all in it together. >> together until the end. the giants fanfare under way already. orange october, in full world series bloom. good evening, everyone. >> hold on for a wild ride. game one between the giants and tigers is tomorrow night. but the festivities began tonight. >> we have live coverage. we'll look at the differences between san francisco and the tigers' hometown of detroit. >> we'll start with kimberly on the orange carpet. this was the big ticket tonight at the giants gala. how was it? >> reporter: it was wonderful. people wanted to just celebrate. that party is wrapping up so people can head home and be here tomorrow. we heard fans say it over and over. when the giants win, the whole city celebrates. and that was the case tonight. >> you can feel the energy. you can feel it in the ballpark. but you can feel it in the city, as well. >> reporter: it was a gala affa
:00, a city hall showdown, as protesters demand answers to a deadly police shooting. >> shot down. protesters take over the city council meeting in oakland tonight. they're demanding to know more about an officer-involved shooting five months ago. tonight, that tactic worked. jean elle is live in oakland with more on that confrontation. >> reporter: jessica, alan blueford's parents are desperate to know more about the night an oakland police officer shot and killed their son. and tonight, with help from protesters, their voices were heard. >> we're not leaving here without being dragged out of here. there's hundreds more behind us. and then, there will be thousands. there will be no business as usual until there's justice for alan blueford. >> reporter: protesters demanding a police report about a shooting in may, taking over the city council meeting for the second time. city leaders closed gallery seating and limited the number of people allowed into the meeting. leaving a crowd of protesters in the hall, demanding access. wrestling with police when the gallery doors opened. back inside, ala
be happy to split super bowl-related events between the city sfwls a city is a city. i think people want to come and have a good time and spend their money here. >> i definitely want the super bowl to be in santa clara because my son will take me to the game. >> reporter: if the nfl announces tomorrow that san francisco is in con teng ftenti have to make a live presentation in front of nfl owners in may who will have the final decision. live in santa clara, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> a political fight over san jose's police department intensified this weekend. and it has to do with the city council woman who's up for re-election and is making some controversial accusations. >> her comments, attempt to disparage an entire police force. >> the newest controversy stems from a campaign advertisement many san jose voters got in the mail on friday. in the mailer council woman rose herrera accuses police union leaders of encouraging tactics such as delaying response time and not making arrests. she's running on a platform of pension reform and today her critics includin
bay and we will look at the events in the city and the traffic that never really made a showing. good evening. i'm diane dwyer. many californians may love their cars but most don't like the spike in gas prices. prices up to an all-time high in california. innen effort to ease the burden, governor brown took emergency action today. kimberly tere has more on that an it seems you found one of the cheapest places for gas in the area. >> reporter: at this gas station on mcgee and north 33rd, you can see for yourself, the price for a gallon of regular unleaded is 4.37. 31 cents less than the state average but most say it isn't a bargain. >> i'm not working so i'm looking for the cheapest gas. >> looks like she found it. it has been busy all day with drivers looking to save at the pump. >> i try to get it where it is the cheapest and this is the area to come. >> reporter: worth the wait? >> i can say it is. >> reporter: governor jerry brown is now stepping in an unprecedented move aimed at driving down gas prices, brown directed the california air resources board to alu the production of les
on our breaking news. sheriff sheriff ross murkarimi just walked out of city's hall, and he got his job back. we spoke to him moments ago. a live report with his reaction when we come back. >>> back to our breaking news. he is getting his job back. after ten harrowing months san francisco sheriff ross murkarimi just walked out of city hall and says he has got his job back. we just spoke to him. jean elle is live on the scene right now after talking to him. >> reporter: jessica, ross murkarimi says he is ready to move forward. he says after ten months of fighting to keep his job, he is ready to prove he will be a good sheriff. >> but now it's about moving forward. we want to mend fences with all parties. i look forward to demonstrating why the people elected me as sheriff and look forward for me and my family to now move in a place where we hopefully will see some normalcy again. >> reporter: now you can see in that video his wife, eliana lopez is all smiles. by a vote of 7-4, the board of supervisors does not deliver enough votes to have the sheriff removed. so he can keep his job. now
fans taking pictures of the preparation, watching crews hang the championship banners at city hall. and law enforcement agencies are sending a clear message. troublemakers are not welcome. crews are working extra innings tonight, working to set up a festive giants world series victory celebration. >> we have a giants dog. >> reporter: gearing up for hungry crowds along the parade routes. workers are expecting a family-friendly event, even though sunday night was not so friendly. revelers burned a muni bus down the street. >> there was no damage done to our store front. so, we're grateful for that, considering everything that happened in the area. >> reporter: more supporters are launching an online effort to help him get back to work. there's also an online effort to help police find vandals. san francisco's city attorney says if he can build a case, this man may have a repair bill to play. >> i can identify that individual and make that tie-in, i'm going to prove my case. >> reporter: police arrested 35 people after the giants' victory sunday. the district attorney charged 9 of th
church in daly city.d d kimberly joins us with more on this. >> reporter: these are the markings left behind by investigators who were here for hours today piecing together what led to that fatal accident. this parking lot at st. andrews church was busy this morning. mass was about to begin at 9:00 and catechism was getting underway. police say it hit a mother, her child and another woman. >> it's shocking to me. >> we don't know what happened. we just see someone is crying for help. >> crews rushed all three victim to san francisco general hospital where the 6-year-old girl died. the two women, one 45, the other, 46 years old, are still in the hospital. parishioners prayed for the families involved. >> we got the call at 8:58. police say they have been affected by what happened. >> it was very sad, not just for the people who were there who may have seen it but the officers who responded. when you see anybody hurt, especially a child. a lot of us are fathers and it does hurt. >> the driver was not injured and police say she is cooperating with their investigation. she has not been ci
. >> the city is celebrating. >> this is awesome. >> i love it! >> i knew it. amazing the best feeling ever. awesome! >> after a season of ups and downs, fans say this is thrilling. the road to get to tonight, though, wasn't easy. >> it's an amazing group of guys that never gives in. that's the american way. >> and fans say it's that fighting spirit that will take them all the way. they're already making predictions for the world series. >> it's going to be a great matchup. it's going to go seven games. i just got chills. fantastic. this is baseball. world series tickets are sold out. some are going for as much as $10,000 a ticket. kimberly perry, nbc bay area news. >> if you've got it -- >> well, even the driving range the giants dominated game seven from the start. showing fans that come back and then some. >> they proved their will to win with powerful at bat. jamie was in the clubhouse with the pennant chance and joins us live. hi, jamie. >> between the rain and champagne and the beer inside the clubhouse, it was pretty wet, but they would not trade this for a single thing. for the seco
will cost you. the expansion of the city's plastic bag ban goes in to affect tomorrow. in 2007, san francisco passed a law prohibiting grocery stores and chain pharmacies from using plastic bags. this new law bans the standard plastic bag from all retailers and it requires businesses to charge customers 10 cents for any other type of bag they give out. restaurants are exempt, but only for the next year. >>> the a's continue to thrill this season. they are one game closer to the playoffs after beating the mariners today. fans went crazy with this go-ahead homer in this eighth inning. there it goes. very nice. it has been six years since the team has been to post-season play. some fans are talking destiny. >> really exciting. they are so young. >> at the beginning of the year, just a bunch of words because they weren't going anywhere. all of a sudden they are going somewhere. >> yes, we are going somewhere. oakland dropped the number to two for clinching the number's first playoff birth since 2006. the rangers come to the final three games starting on monday with the division crown up
in our community in this part of the city. matter of fact, we have a lot of parishioners that have lost a loved one. >> since the start of the year, san jose police have investigated 34 homicides. people gathered at the church this evening say they want to send a message to the community that together they can stop the violence. >>> the jury just couldn't reach a verdict. a mistrial in the case against a former san francisco crime lab tech accused of stealing drugs. deborah madden faced federal charge of skimming cocaine from the city's crime lab back in 2009 by means of fraud and deception. those allegations led to the closure of the lab and prompted prosecutors to dismiss hundreds of criminal cases. now jurors who were divided about the conviction say prosecutors just didn't prove that madden was deceptive. a retrial for the retired madden is a possibility that will be discussed at a hearing next week. >>> well, there was a texas barbecue in oakland today with the a's giving fans a thrilling finish on the last day of the regular season. >> ball game. western division. the oakland a's
to golden gate park and almost every point in the city in between. want to show you a live picture of san francisco right now, more than a million people expected to be in the city for a weekend of blockbuster fun. racing, baseball, football, street fairs and acrobatics. do you like it? san francisco has it if you can get there. we have live team coverage for you on the traffic concerns, with cheryl herd. >> reporter: well, jessica, i can guarantee you these traffic meters won't be available to you in san francisco this weekend. and signs like these are up, there will be delays. check it out. you have been warned. there is a warning out to those who dare to venture onto bay area roads this weekend. parking will be tight and traffic will be a mess. and tonight, people were already trying to avoid it. >> we came from vallejo on the ferry, and now, you know, the last ferry we missed and so we're waiting for the bus. >> reporter: metered parking? forget about it. this weekend, public transportation is the way to go. >> so we decided we wouldn't drive today. maybe it was a bad decision. becaus
the city plans to host a viewing party at civic center plaza. mayor is he lee says the city will set up a jumbo tron so the fans can see it here like back in 2010. the hero of tonight's game was ryan vogelsong. tonight nbc bay area's lawrence scott talked with his biggest fans. >> all right. we are with ryan vogelsong's mom and dad. as parents, tell me about this. what this means. his biggest game in his life that keep getting bigger and bigger. now another win. >> the dream come true for him. a lot of hard work. and it's unbelievable. >> to see your son persevere like this. how does it feel to be here? >> very satisfying. he just show so much confidence out there. and it is easy to watch now. it wasn't always that way. but now it is easy to watch. >> it is a wonderful story. we're so glad to see it. >> back to everybody in the studio. >> it is easy to watch. our giants coverage continues. still ahead in this newscast. we'll introduce to you a fan from the bay area who spent the entire baseball season in a cave. why she has been let out to watch her favorite team in person on baseball's
. city streets look like rivers and parks were transformed into lakes. this is battery park in lowerer manhattan where the water surge reached a record level. reporterers at our new york station were out in the elements. >> reporter: it is a ghost town down here. conditions are clearly not safe. traffic lights are out. >> reporter: winds have not stopped. they have intensified if anything. at some points you get really big gusts like right now cht. >> reporter: sandy is a monster storm at its peak extending 700 miles wide with hurricane force winds stretching 175 miles from the center. >> reporter: we could anticipate that we have these incidents as the storm passes through the area. that fire continues to burn. >> reporter: many listen to early warnings to evacuate including these families who fled to emergency shelters. they were on the move yet again tonight after sandy knocked out power to the shelters. >> we need you to hunker down and get to the highest point possible in the dwelling that you are in. we will not be able to come and help you until day light tomorrow. >> let's show
. hundreds of thousands are expected to pour into the city for a cornucopia of fun. fleet week and the america's cup by the water. hardly strictly blue grass in golden gate park. a slew of fairs and the games for the 49ers and the giants? jean elle is live in san francisco. >> reporter: people from all over the bay area come here for fleet week. it's a huge draw and tonight, the "uss macon island" is already docked here. hundreds of thousands are expected here in san francisco. it's safe to say you should expect delays all over san francisco this weekend. thousands of people from near and far are rolling in. for everything, from the blue angels to the america's cup. out of up towners will be able hop in a taxi. >> i usually stay right here, but it's sold out i understand. >> reporter: hotel operators are feeling lucky. >> yeah, it's been very, very good. >> reporter: they booked up solid for this weekend two months ago. >> things are slowly picking up and certainly in san francisco things have really taken a very uptick. >> reporter: a weekend that includes multiple events that
, happy for us. >> reporter: now, the action and the international spotlight will shine on the motor city. we'll be there tomorrow. >> thank you, lawrence. >>> get ready for cold weather. gloves and long johns for the journalists and the players. game three is saturday night in chilly detroit. this is comerica park. >>> also ahead, we'll tell you about the link between one of the giants' star players and the marine who threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch. >>> developing news right now. alameda sheriffs tells us they've arrested someone for killing barbara latchly. firefighters found her body. investigators believe someone beat her and set the house on fire. sheriff's investigators will not elaborate on who was arrested tonight or the relationship to the woman. they are expected to brief the media tomorrow morning. >>> off the streets. but how many women did he cross paths with. san jose police say they are nabbed himself a rapist. but is he a serial rapist. his m.o. is always the same. offer a ride to a woman in need. and then attack. george kiriyama has more on the arrest and the
. lit up in orange and so is city hall. the giants open this week at at&t park. the aempb's might also be hosting in oakland. the 49ers will be playing at home. you throw in the america's cup and the blue angels in addition to the a's, giants, 49ers, the weekend will be active to say the least. stay with us for complete on air and how to get around. >>> new at 11:00, the coast guard tells us family members of a michiganing fisherman found the body. they were searching north of pigeon point when they found him. he was one of four men on a fishing trip. the boat capsized after waves slammed into it. two men wearing lifejackets managed to swim to shore and alerted authorities but the other two men were not wearing life vests. >>> first the arrests, now the death. a popular teacher accused of plefing a former student has apparently killed himself. james izumizaki's body was found this morning. his arrest last week shocked the albany middle school community and his death now has left them stunld and sadden -- stunned and saddened. the confusing situation for everyone at the school. >> repor
if there is. they point to progress like a downtown makeover and they say city pride will hopefully keep people from vandalizing businesses and leave the city in shambles. they say it is optimistic, but that mutual police aide is on standby. >> president obama is pulling an all-nighter. he made a stop in southern california for an appearance on t "the tonight show" with jay leno. the president greeted with a standing ovation from a packed audience. he talked about a wide range of topics near and dear to the bay area and in facebook. however, he refuses to endorse a team. one ot highlights from the night was when he was asked about the situation between him and donald trump. >> this all dates back from when we were growing up together in kenya? >> i've got to give you that one. >> you can hear more immediately following this newscast. giants fans have seen her at the ballpark for years. in fact, for decades. but as of tonight, the entire country saw the most famous grandmother in the bay area. did you see here? the dancing grandma. now, every game, she ignites the crowd at at&t park. but
rallying at oakland city hall. the a's are trailing the tigers two game to none. some fans are still putting pressure on the a's manage top remove the tarps so more fans can cheer for the team. >> people who want the a's to remove the tarps at remove the demanding that they take the tarps off so we can have a true home-field advantage. >> the management is listening. the a's will remove the tarps if the team advances to the next round. tomorrow night's game is sold out. game time after 6:00. if necessary, games four and five are wednesday and thursday. also at the coliseum. >> let's talk about the giants. they're also facing elimination. they'll have to win all three games in cincinnati to advance. game three tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. so keep your fingers crossed. we have a crew in cincinnati traveling with the players. our playoff coverage continues in about 15 minutes. we'll have another report from cincinnati. >>> coming up, a known carcinogen called pce has been seeping underneath for decades. >> people should be alerted they're in a risk zone. >> they asked for the c
is suing the city of oakland. >> i went into this with a very skeptical mindset, and this is -- in some ways, proving that they are -- taking the right actions. >> the report says that rules were broken during the occupy protests on october 25th and november 2 last year, and on january 28 of this year. >> it never looks good, when the police don't follow the rules. we hold the public accountable to the laws, and therefore, the police department has to hold our own officers accountable to the r5ules here. >> the broken rules include acting inappropriately, using force, refusing to supply names. >> these officers never chose to go out and had to deal with occupy. it was indecision and lack of leadership that put us in that position, multiple times. >> you know, this went through their peers, went through a chief that is not an outsider, somebody who came up through the ranks of the police department and knows these men and women. >>> happening now just south of gilmore, a mother is missing, and a stand off with a man who may know something about her disappearance, police say the man is ho
to come forward with something. >> let me put it this way, whenever there is violence in the city of oakland, it's no secret that people are reluctant to come forward. i talked to a family member tonight who lost her family member last year and she told me tonight, what if this was your loved one. >> no one knows. >> reporter: valerie is emotional and determined to help to solve her brother's killing. she's hoping this surveillance video, just reelised by oakland police, will encourage witnesses to come forward. >> i want it to be out. i want people to see this. and they are going to be seeing me because i'm not going to rest until these guys are off the streets. >> reporter: this video shows the two men butler is talking about. police say they are suspects than believe they killed charles butler for no reason. >> it's not just gang members who are fighting among themselves. you got innocent "people" who are murdered, targeted for no reason other than because, oh, i don't like them. >> reporter: police say the tape shows why butler was targeted. on december 22nd, 2011, he was park
the rain drops and down the peninsula toward san carlosing redwood city, seeing light rain approaching san jose over to sunnyvale and cupertino. the rain will fill in now and 7:00 in the morning. you can see how this stuff is coming in at a perpendicular angle. areas of the santa cruz mountains may see an inch of rain. san jose a quarter inch or less. what's coming together tonight is this cold front off shore. it approaches and you will notice the sound outside may wake you up. southerly winds ahead of the cold front. here's the cool air aloft. it will drop down snow levels and maybe trigger an isolated thundershower for areas in the north bay early on tuesday. for the giants game tomorrow, we will see some clearing for the afternoon. maybe isolated showers early. after 9:00, the rain will fill in. shower hour by hour for the morning. the midday clearing. heading to five clock looks okay in san francisco all the way through 9:00. after that 11:00 and the rain fills back in. rainfall projections for the north bay up to a half inch. san francisco and oakland between 9:005:00 and 9:00, as th
of 26.5% of the season that will not be played. >>> also, this to leave you with. kansas city chiefs linebacker not make anything friends in oakland tonight. he said the raiders, quote, played dirty and they also come in and cheap shot you. those two teams match up on sunday with the 49ers and the arizona cardinals set for "monday night football." more news. we're right back after this. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> is there a giants game tomorrow? >> let me think about that one. >> game three tomorrow in detroit. our world series coverage continues on our weekend morning show, live reports from the motor city beginning at 7:00 a.m. >> go giants. >> have a great weekend. ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my
learned it is important to know what police are doing to keep the city safe. >> we are very concerned. all of us make a lot of sacrifices to hold it here. it is unprecedented things happening here in the neighborhood. we feel that our safety is first and foremost. we want this to be a safe and happy community. >> some say they are planning on installing their own surveillance equipment to help fight crime. >>> a brawl between two youth football coaches is generating a lot of hits on youtube. the fight happened saturday on the grant high school football field in sacramento where two teams of 13 year olds were playing. it was caught on the cell phone of a concerned parent. she said she posted the video as an example of poor role models. >> it was sad to see what happened on that day because these grown men who are supposed to be examples to these young kids. we are not in the best neighborhood. we are looking to these coaches to be role models. >> sports leaders say there is something positive. they say it is a teachable moment when parents and coaches can talk about what happened and why it
campaign office there. they say their investigation includes video from city surveillance cameras. they described the investigation of friday's incident as active and ongoing. people were inside the office when the shooting happen yesterday afternoon. but no one was injured. >>> there is another recall tonight involving dog treats. this time it is nature's recipe. and the oven baked biscuits with real chicken that were distributed nationwide. they could be contaminated with salmonella which can affect animals eating the products and pose a risk to human handling it as well. the recalled treat were sold in 19 ounce stand-up resealable pouches. they included in the recall are marked with the lot codes of 2199 tp or 2200 tp. you can google it also. they have a best if used by date stamp of 10/11/13 and 10/12/13. thanks for joining us. saturday night live is up next. we've got christina applegate hosting the all new saturday night live and we'll look at the space shuttle "endeavour" as it makes its way live through los angeles. it is about, i don't know. six, seven, eight hours behind
and vallejo streets in the city's north beach neighbor. san francisco police evacuated a building after emergency responders reportedly found dangerous chemicals at the scene of an paernlg suicide. dispatchers got the emergency call around 7:30 tonight. first responders reportedly smelled some sort of chemical as soon as they arrived on the scene. now the fire department is working to clear the chemicals. the red cross is assisting people who were evacuated. the area shut down to traffic. this is a developing situation. we will update as we get new details. >>> now to our continuing coverage of the giants' playoff run. the bay area is abuzz with excitement as the giants prepare to play game six of the national league championship series tomorrow. thanks in large part to pitcher barry zito who led the team to victory last night. as nbc bay area's kimberly tere found. >> reporter: the giants arrived home layoff last night. winning game five in the national league championship series. the giants need to win tomorrow and then monday to make it into the world series against detroit. >> they'
memorial service at san francisco city hall tomorrow. the service and following reception is open and free of charge. >>> focus of the presidential race moving to long island, new york, where president obama and mitt romney will meet at of shoa university. it will be in a town hall format this time a format that pundits say should favor president obama who beat mitt romney on likability polls. the latest polls show the candidates are neck and neck overall. romney leads the president by 3% in the daily rasmussen poll and the latest "washington post"/abc news poll has the president leading romney by 1%. watch debate tomorrow here on nbc bay area. our coverage starts at 6:00 p.m. >>> how will you watch that debate? here on nbc? maybe cnn or ustream? a sign of the times. san francisco-based ustream is gearing up to send the debate to millions of viewers who will watch via tablet or smartphone. during the first presidential debate 3.5 million people logged on to the site. that audience rivaled some cable news channel providers. anyone can catch it on their pc or mobile device for free by downlo
:00. the epicenter in a small city, about 20 miles west of portland, maine. they compared it to an off kilter washing machine. >> a bay area mom fights to keep her son in school after his medical history is revealed. >> the fear of the worst case scenario here without an injection of common sense. >> tonight, whied her son is being classified as a health risk and the fight to prove the school district is wrong. we'll take you inside this c controversy. >> she's in the prime of her career and diagnosed with alzheimer's. see how one woman is trying to slow down the disease as she prepares for the future. >> a new water front arena. at least those plans in san francisco. >> good evening, with at the time the wealther center with some temperatures well above average today. and also some drying winds prompting for fairfield and valejo. our next chance of rain coming up in the seven day. >>> a palo alto family is fighting the school district in court after telling their 11-year-old he needs to leave his school. his parents say he doesn't have the disease, only the gene. but school officials insist other st
city. for much of the evening they sat just one chair apart. the only person separating them was cardinal timothy dolan. it's a fun pre-election electra dwigs filled with jokes. >> president obama and i are each very lucky to have someone in our corner, someone we can lean on and who's a comforting presence. without whom we wouldn't be able to go another day. i have my beautiful wife ann, he has bill clinton. >> all in good fun. the white tie event raises millions of dollars for the foundation, which benefits children in need. >>> hogging seats, chatting loud loudly, putting bare feet next to other passengers. those pictures posted on facebook meant to shame and keep other riders in line. why does the transit agency rail against those violators? stephanie trong with the hall of fame of rude riders. >> reporter: the sounds of bart can be welcome, especially early in the morning. but the public transit experience isn't always so nice. >> it's easy to get 23rus traited. >> reporter: rude riders and gross habits weren't from occasional annoyances to plaguing his commute just abou
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